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Co-op’s Master Merchants receive awards Five employees from member Co-ops were recently recognized as the Master Merchants of the Year for their work in designing attractive showrooms, building effective product displays, improving customerStory and photo by Allison Parker
Moving forward together When the calendar turns over to a new year, it awakens a feeling of purpose and a focus on opportunities ahead. And when a group of like-minded individuals gather to share goals for the days to come, Story by Chris Villines; photos by Sarah Geyer, Allison Parker, and Chris Villines
Bids for a better tomorrow Each year at the Tennessee Farmers Cooperative annual meeting, more than 500 agriculturists gather to make a better tomorrow for the Co-op system. This year for the first time attendees were able to pStory by Allison Parker Photos by Chris Villines
Thank you again, Mr. Nixon For nearly three decades — an unprecedented record of longevity — Kenneth Nixon of Carthage has given his time and talents to Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s board of directors. This amazing run of se 
Rising sharply Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s popular 4-H/FFA Case pocketknife series has had yet another successful year with its 17th commemorative knife in the popular series. More than 3,100 of the 2017 knife Story by Allison Parker Photos by Chris Villines
Newcomer, two veterans elected new TFC directors Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s board of directors welcomed a newcomer and two former members after zone caucus elections at the 2017 annual meeting Nov. 27 in Nashville. Benjie Daniel of Charlotte  
Looking ‘Beyond the Horizon’ With the forward-looking theme “Beyond the Horizon,” Tennessee Farmers Cooperative’s annual meeting provided plenty of opportunities for Co-op stakeholders to contemplate future possibilities for the By Glen Liford, Photos by Sarah Geyer and Chris Villines
Opening new doors For a farmer or rural consumer in Stewart County, purchasing supplies, apparel, hunting and fishing gear, and other items used to be a time-intensive affair. A person had to drive 30 miles east to ClStory and photos by Chris Villines

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